Below is a list of events in the North End / Waterfront neighborhood as we close the books on September and jump into the final quarter of the 2015 calendar!
Wednesday, September 30
3:00pm Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Plan Meeting at City Hall, 5th Floor
The next Downtown Waterfront Municipal Harbor Planning public meeting will have discussion of municipal harbor plan components and proposed MHP, next steps, process update, public comments and questions. Visit the BRA Webpage and view the Downtown Waterfront Planning Initiative Webpage for more.
6:00pm Founding Fashions at Old North Church
Fashion Show in the Bigelow Courtyard / 21 Unity Street, Boston’s North End As part of Boston Fashion Week, the Old North Foundation is hosting an Eighteenth century fashion show. Learn about both fashion and function of men and women’s clothing during the Revolutionary War period. View the event post.
6:00pm Eliot School Construction Update at Nazzaro Center [30 N Bennet St, Boston] The City of Boston will be updating the community on the Eliot School construction schedule, highlighting construction progress with logistical impacts on the community during the upcoming months. If you have any questions, please contact Maria Lanza, Mayor’s Office of Neighborhood Services Liaison at firstname.lastname@example.org. More information on the meeting notice.
6:30pm Volunteer Social at North End Library [25 Parmenter St, Boston]
The Friends of the North End Library are looking for NEW volunteers to help us with all the fun events we do! Some events include: book sales, gardening, tax/legal advice, holiday party help, fundraising, donation coordinator. Pizza & refreshments will be served! All are welcome!
7:00pm Lewis Wharf Hotel IAG Meeting at Nazzaro Center
The proponent will present to the IAG for the first time under their formal Article 80 review. The public may come and participate if any time is leftover, but IAG members will have preference to speak. The official public comment period is now open and set to expire on October 15th. Public Comments can be emailed to email@example.com the electronic version of the Project Notification Form can be found here.
Thursday, October 1
1:00pm Doors to History: A Visit with Paul Revere [Paul Revere House] David Connor portrays Boston’s favorite patriot. Find out what really happened on his midnight ride. Chat with Revere about his other exploits during the Revolution, his family life, or about his work as a silversmith, dentist, and copper plate engraver. Doors to History programs are made possible by a generous grant from American Express. Free with museum admission. There will be 4 Chances to attend: October 1st, 8th, 15th, 22nd, more information on the event.
6:00pm NE Public Safety Meeting – Nazzaro Center, 30 North Bennet Street
These monthly meetings are open to the public and are lead by Area A-1 Boston Police.
6:00pm Italian Heritage Month Kickoff at Mass State House
Italian Heritage Month Kickoff at the Mass. State House, view the event notice for more information.
Saturday, October 3
1:00pm Paul Revere House: Colonial Leather Working
Located at 19 North Square, find out how colonial era leather workers fashioned scabbards, sword belts, and harnesses. Fred Lawson demonstrates and invites visitors to try their hands at punching holes and sewing leather. More information on the event.